So, bit of a perplexing problem here. As usual, I get bored of operating systems, and was hopping back to another distro as usual. Anyway, to make a short story long, I'm not sure if my USB drive is fried, or what's going on here. Basically, I downloaded said ISO (Debian spin, Snowlinux 3.1) and I used my usual unetbootin on my Windows partition to write it to a flash drive. It sees my drive, and succeeds. Huzzah, right? Wrong. What I then do is reboot, press F9 to boot from USB....and bam, boots into windows. Okayyy. So I thought it was my computer. Plugged it up into another PC, F12 for startup order....Bam...Windows. Weird. So that being said, I tried an 8GB SD Card. Start up order....bam...windows. Hmm. I'm a bit perplexed by this... Any of you PC Guru's have any thoughts/suggestions? I've formatted both the SD card, and the flash drive multiple times. Tried FAT16, FAT32, and NTFS. Just to say that I tried everything. Any thoughts and suggestions would be appreciated!